Yolo County Men Convicted of Burglary Spree

Press Release

(Woodland, CA) - February 24, 2016 - District Attorney Jeff Reisig announced today that on February 23, 2016, 26-year-old Winters man Louis Scott Campos and 28-year-old Woodland man Love Davis III plead no contest to six residential burglaries, which are strikes, and two additional felonies, vehicle theft and burglary of a trailer.  The defendants also admitted enhancements alleging that at three residences the victims were inside their homes during the burglaries.

The burglaries were all committed between December 23, 2014, and January 17, 2015, in the cities of Winters, Woodland and in rural Yolo County.  The spree began after the first victim, Campos' neighbor, asked him to watch their house while they were on vacation.  They broke into many homes, garages and out buildings stealing a variety of possessions including vehicles, ATVs, trailers, electronics, and other valuables.

These crimes were particularly brazen and heinous as the thieves broke into homes in broad daylight and, on three occasions, the residents were home at the time of the break in.  The spree came to an end when the Yolo County Sheriff deputes apprehended Campos and Davis shortly after their attempt to get away by driving through muddy farmland on stolen ATVs.

District Attorney Jeff Reisig emphasized the importance of prison sentences in these cases.  “Residential burglaries are among some of the most serious and offensive crimes our office prosecutes.  Yolo County residents deserve to feel safe in their homes and residential burglaries deprive them of that right.”  The prosecuting attorney, Deputy District Attorney Jennifer McHugh commended the diligent investigation completed by the Yolo County Sheriff’s Department.  “The Deputies went above and beyond in piecing together this crime spree which allowed us to obtain justice for the victims.”

On March 21, 2016, Judge Steven Mock will sentence the defendants to eight years and eight months in State Prison.  At that hearing the victims will have an opportunity to address the Court and the defendants about the impact the crimes have had on their lives.